Patchouli Oil Product Description
For a powerful skin, aroma, and mood makeover, Patchouli oil proves an ideal essential oil. Extracted from the leaves of the Patchouli plant, Patchouli oil has many uses and benefits for both the mind and body. Patchouli oil contains a variety of skin benefits and can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes, and skin imperfections. Patchouli oil can also promote a smooth and glowing complexion. The sweet and musky scent of Patchouli oil is often used in perfumes and colognes and can emit a natural musk when applied to the skin. The unique, herbaceous aroma of Patchouli oil is great for diffusing, and its rich chemical properties can have a grounding and balancing effect on emotions when used aromatically or topically.
Where to Buy Patchouli Oil
To buy a pure bottle of Patchouli, visit the Patchouli oil product page.
When purchasing essential oils, it is important to find oils that are pure. The purity of an essential oil determines how effective an essential oil can be. The less pure an essential oil is, the less effective it will be. Too often, essential oils that are on the market are not pure and contain contaminants and filler substances. These products limit an essential oil’s uses and benefits and reduce its power in fulfilling individual and family needs.
When doTERRA was founded, the Founders knew how powerful pure essential oils could be, and they set out with a mission to provide a pure grade of essential oils. Since their beginning, doTERRA has stayed true to this mission by making sure doTERRA oils are tested for purity through the CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade® protocol. This protocol contains multiples tests that thoroughly examine each batch of essential oils to make sure that they are pure. If these oils are found pure, they are then readied to be sold so that individuals around the world can experience the full and powerful effects of pure essential oils.
Patchouli Oil Uses and Benefits
- Patchouli oil is rich with Patchoulol, a highly grounding chemical component. Because of this constituent, and others like it, Patchouli oil has a grounding and balancing effect on emotions. To obtain the mood-harmonizing properties of Patchouli, apply one to two drops of Patchouli to your neck or temples or place three to four drops of Patchouli oil in the diffuser of your choice.
- Don’t miss out on Patchouli oil’s incredible skin care benefits—make it part of your daily facial routine. For a smooth and glowing complexion, apply one to two drops of Patchouli oil to your face. You will love the results!
- For a simple and effective oral cleanse, try this DIY Patchouli and Peppermint mouth rinse. Combining two powerful oils from the mint family, this rinse will give your mouth a rejuvenating cleanse that will leave your breath with a fresh, clean feeling. Peppermint oil is commonly used for its abilities to freshen breath and will also give your mouth a minty taste. The Patchouli oil works hand-in-hand with the minty flavor of the Peppermint oil and will aid in deodorizing and freshening the mouth.
- Long hair definitely has its perks, but tangles are not one of them. Often, detangling wet hair can be time consuming and can even get a little painful. Make that tangled mess of hair a thing of the past with this DIY Natural Hair Detangler. Using a dynamic combination of essential oils, this hair detangler will cut down on the time spent with tangles and will decrease unnecessary stress on the scalp.
- Leave the stress of the day behind you by enjoying the grounding and energizing properties of Patchouli oil and Peppermint oil. After a long day of work, combine Patchouli oil with Peppermint oil and apply this blend to your forehead, temples, or to the back of the neck. Patchouli oil will help provide a grounding and stabilizing effect on emotions while the Peppermint will work to relieve feelings of tension.
- Patchouli oil is great for skincare and can be used frequently to enhance the appearance of skin. To best receive the skin benefits of Patchouli oil, add a few drops of Patchouli oil to your daily moisturizer or apply one to two drops of Patchouli oil directly to your skin. Using Patchouli oil will help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes, or problem skin areas.
- Feeling a little frazzled? When your emotions start to overwhelm you, combine Patchouli oil with Vetiver essential oil and apply the oil blend to the bottoms of your feet. The emotionally grounding and balancing properties of Patchouli oil and Vetiver oil will help calm emotions.
- Patchouli oil has frequently been used in the perfume and cologne industries for its musky aroma. Create your own natural scent with this DIY Essential Cologne. For a sweet musk cologne, combine Patchouli oil (16 drops), Lime oil (32 drops), Fennel oil (24 drops), and doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil (280 drops). Patchouli oil can also be used to create a musky perfume and is easily transformed into a sweet-smelling aroma when combined with floral essential oils.
Patchouli oil comes from the patchouli plant, Pogostemon cablin, a bushy herb that is part of the mint family. The stems of the plant can reach two to three feet in height and bear tiny flowers that are pink and white in color. The patchouli plant also produces green leaves that are jagged along their edges. doTERRA Patchouli oil is extracted from the leaves of the patchouli plant.
Chemistry of Patchouli Oil
Main Chemical Components: Patchoulol, α-Bulnesene, α-Guaiene
The main chemical of Patchouli oil is Patchoulol. Patchoulol has a sesquiterpene backbone and is a member of the alcohols functional group. Patchoulol contains grounding properties, and because of these grounding properties, Patchouli oil has a grounding effect on the emotions. To learn more about the chemical components found in Patchouli oil or other essential oils, visit the doTERRA Science Blog.
Oils that Blend Well with Patchouli oil
Patchouli oil blends well with Sandalwood, Bergamot, Peppermint, Geranium, Lavender, Rose, and Clary Sage essential oils for diffusion.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.